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Can an industrial handling robot manipulate objects through end effectors?

Yes, industrial handling robots can indeed manipulate objects through end effectors. The end effector is a tool that is connected to the edges (joints) of a robot and has certain functions. It can be regarded as the end tool of the robot's arm, responsible for completing specific actions such as grasping and handling.
In the operation of handling robots, end effectors play a crucial role. For example, gripping end effectors, including non gripping and gripping types, can be grabbed and transported according to different object shapes and states. Non gripping grippers handle objects by shovel, hook, puncture, and adhesion, or by vacuum, magnetic, and electrostatic suspension, while gripping grippers handle objects by fingers. These end effectors are usually connected to corresponding external signal control devices and sensing systems to control the real-time movement status and force of fingers, ensuring accurate and stable handling of objects.
In addition, the end effector can also achieve various other operational functions, such as welding, disassembly, etc., which makes the handling robot not only limited to simple handling tasks, but also capable of completing more complex industrial automation operations.
Therefore, industrial handling robots can achieve precise manipulation of objects through end effectors, which is a key link in achieving their functions.

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